4 headaches which you will forget with Time Tracker
Wise men said that time is money. While the saying can be ancient, it is still very true in a modern business world. Time seems to slip through your fingers. Employees try to do more tasks in less time. By the end of a work day many of them wonder where work time has gone because there is still so much left to do. This is why a time tracking is critically important in all modern companies.
One doctor once shared a story of how he had to close his clinic because all the nurses used to waste time on phone chatter instead of paying attention to patients. The doctor had no method of tracking his nurses and only found out of the problem when a patient complained to him about it.
This case raises the question of how can you as a manager pay for an honest day’s work when you have no idea about what work have your team done. Companies need to have a time tracker to help them in the evaluation of their staff’s work.
Here is just a fraction of the reasons why companies should use the time tracker:
Labour becomes the most expensive resource for the US companies. A financial manager needs to know that he pays for the actual work. CEOs and project managers want to know in real time what tasks were finished by employees and how much time it took, to accurately calculate payrolls. With the time tracker every minute of employees’ work time is tracked. This allows a company to have access to all costs, to estimate benefits, decide on future work, and assists with decision making process.
Less invasive monitoring
Employers have been tracking the output of their staff since the time of Henry Ford. While personal monitoring was deemed aggressive, managers still need to know what do their employees work on. An automatic time tracker keeps a record of what work was done on a computer, when, and for how long. CrocoTime will tell employers whether employees are on time, how much work time was utilised for which task, and how much time was wasted.
More focused employees
Most employees really want to work. The story above is extremely rare. Nevertheless, with smartphones and continuous access to Facebook, many employees find themselves distracted even when they don’t want to be. CrocoTime allows employees to stay focused, manage their workload and keeps them free of social media and games. Also, CrocoTime helps them to keep track of how much time they worked on a task to finish it in time when it is absolutely necessary.
Time for breaks
No employee can work continuously for 8 hours per day without getting mental breakdown. The CrocoTime time tracker can help employees to evaluate how much time every task takes and whether free time can be taken out to relax without breaking down or disrupting a work progress. This allows employees, on the one hand, to feel refreshed when they get back to work and, on the other hand, gives managers the certainty that despite the break time taken, the work will be done in time.
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